MAC Date-Maker Powder Kiss Liquid Lipcolour is a medium-dark peach with moderate, warm undertones and a satin finish. It had opaque color coverage in a single layer, but the consistency was more prone to gathering along imperfections and sank a touch into my deeper lip lines.
When I pressed my lips together, it seemed to pill up a bit, too. I tried to apply product just to the center of my lips (especially working around the curvature of the cupid’s bow), and then I used my fingertips to pull and diffuse product outward, it applied much more smoothly and didn’t pill or ball up at all. The consistency felt velvety, smooth, and thicker without being heavy, though I felt like it clung a bit so I was more aware that the product was on my lips for the first few hours of wear. It lasted for five and a half hours and felt non-drying over time.
MAC Mull It Over Powder Kiss Liquid Lipcolour is a muted, medium coral-orange with strong, warm undertones and a satin finish. It was richly pigmented with a smooth, more velvety texture that was thick and plush without being tacky or heavy, though the way it clung a bit to my lips made it more noticeable that it was on my lips.
The product applied evenly, but there was a touuch of color that sank into my deeper lip lines, and there was a tendency for the color to pill up a bit along the inner area of my lips. This was less likely to occur if I applied less product, which is why I struggled to work with the included applicator as it was very easy to apply more product than necessary. This shade stayed on for five and a half hours and felt a touch drying over time.